I just got a Les Paul style guitar made by Tradition. I ran a search on the forum (and Google) and am thoroughly confused. All of the pictures I see of Tradition brand LP style guitars have set necks, a "backwards" control layout and those those weird women's underwear shaped inlays. Mine is a bolt-on neck, with the Gibson-esque trapezoid inlays, and the control layout is like Gibson's. It's also got a quilted maple (veneer) top. Neck & body have creme binding. Headstock shape matches the shape of other Tradition LP style guitars. Tradition logo looks silk screened. It's well used with several "battle scars" (chips) and very heavy. Appears to be solid mahogany (5 piece) with a 1 piece neck with a scarf joint. The pickups are unmarked PAF lookalikes, and sound INCREDIBLE! All-in-all, it is a great sounding and feeling guitar, and I feel like I practically stole it (even though it's a bolt-on neck!) but I am very confused by the specs being so different. Any ideas? I'll get some pics up tomorrow for you guys to see.